Inizia un nuovo mese e questo significa soltanto una cosa: nuovo GuitarClub in edicola! Questa è la volta del doppio numero estivo (luglio/agosto) la cui copertina è dedicata ai Blues Pills ed al loro "Lady In Gold", album uscito per Nuclear Blast!
Sono tornati i Guns N' Roses e noi non potevamo non scambiare due parole con Slash; all'interno della rivista troverete anche le nostre interviste a Corrado Rustici, Nancy Wilson, Francesco Bertone, Andrew Stockdale dei Wolfmother e Davie Allan, il pioniere del fuzz sound!
Come sempre troverete anche svariati test, questa volta dedicati a Cole Clark Guitars Fat Lady, Formula B, Schecter Guitars Diamond Series e Pirrera Guitars!
The all-conquering Cole Clark Guitars FL2EC Bunya/Blackwood. This particular model features a solid Blackbean fretboard. Here we have a guitar that is warm, sweet, beautifully made and ecologically friendly. ... See MoreSee Less
Il video che ho scelto oggi per la rubrica #videodelgiorno è una video intervista. Da quasi un anno ho il piacere di far parte della famiglia Gold Music Srl, come endorser per Cole Clark Guitars. La mia Cole Clark Triumph II è mia fedele compagna in tutti i mei live e non tradisce mai, nonostante la massacri di botte ogni volta :D Presto ci saranno nuovi video in cui mostrerò ancora il suo potenziale.
We are proud to announce the Bob Spencer signature model Angel. The fully sustainable grand auditorium with bunya top, Blackwood back and sides and unique timber inlays is a fitting tribute to an icon of Australian guitar. Available now at your local CC dealer and each one signed by the man himself!!
We are proud to announce the Bob Spencer signature model Angel. The fully sustainable grand auditorium with bunya top, Blackwood back and sides and unique timber inlays is a fitting tribute to an icon of Australian guitar. Available now at your local CC dealer and each one signed by the man himself!! ... See MoreSee Less
I am very happy that I was able to deliver my Guitar Coaching session to a crowded room, although thinking above the raucous rock of Dallas Frasca from the main stage was severely challenging! I kept thinking "Hmmm, that's a good riff........".
In case you missed it, much of my focus was on two things in particular; one, achieving appropriate guitar sounds for your situation, and two, various ways and techniques to employ as pathways to finding your own voice.
Apropos of this, in just over a month's time, I'll be opening up auditions for a small number of individual teaching and band mentoring sessions.
In the meanwhile, here's the group I've started re all things Guitar and Band Mentoring.
It's a work in progress..........
Please let those know about it who you think might dig where I'm coming from.
I don't normally freak out over pictures at shows (kidding of course. Pictures are cool) but here are a couple of snaps that Bass-Player Damon, and myself took. Woolly Mammoth stages are kinda awesome. Cole Clark Guitars you're guitars are sexy too. Cheers, Lachy. ... See MoreSee Less
Just returned from the cacophony which was The 2016 Melbourne Guitar Show.
Much fun was had (though maybe not by all the ears abused). There were bucket loads of good things, so this is not meant to disparage any thingies not mentioned.
Here are my quick picks: Amplificator - George Evans Amplifiers. Workmanship in the A+++ league, full, clear, coherent, not to be messed with tone and locally made by two good blokes. Stop reading this and put it on your "must have" list immediately.
Digital thingies - the updated AxeFX and The Kemper. Both great, and for very different reasons.
Wireless - the Sony DWZ B30 GB. If I ever returned to Major Poncing (which is highly unlikely - thank heavens for small mercies), this is what I would use. It's not a "good at the price" unit; it's good at any price and it's silly cheap.
Electric Guitars - Charles Cilia Guitars. Drop dead gorgeous in addition to great tone. 1 - Tick, 2- tick.
Vintage guitars - not really my bag. Best invest your dosh in a house or a 1968 Maserati Zebring. :-)
And............. My geek mates Phil Ceberano, Brett Brett Kingman "I have 250 kilos of guitar pedals" Kingman, @James Ryan, Simon Hosford and Shannon Stephen Bourne, whom I had the absolute pleasure of standing next to in the Six Stringer Jam. I will be gushing about Shannon for many years to come. PLEASE get out and support him.
Need to thank Shannon Sullivan for his tireless efforts in keeping us nerds on the straight and narrow.
One of the rare beauties at our Melbourne Guitar Show booth this weekend. Huon pine top, Brazilian rosewood back and sides with ebony board and African Mahogany neck. Stop by today and have a play. ... See MoreSee Less
Ah. Amazing grace. What a wonderful tune that everyone can relate to in some way. If you know my music you'll know that I don't do many covers. Ever! But I couldn't pass up on sharing my arrangement with you so here she is. I also got to try out my new pedalboard here which is where those sustained pad sounds are coming from. I'd love to hear what you think and feel free to share.
For you guitar heads, the sustained organ like sounds are coming from the Strymon Big Sky pedal which I am triggering the freeze of the beginning a note with my foot.
This was recored on my Cole Clark Guitars Maneli Jamal Signature Model with the 3 way pick up.
Want to learn this piece? I have freshly made tabs of this on my website: www.manelijamal.com
Music also available on iTunes, Amazon, emusic, etc.
We are proud to welcome Hong Kong guitar maestro Jacky Lau to our family and introduce his signature model Angel. This will join the Maneli Jamal and Lloyd Spiegel models in our growing range. ... See MoreSee Less